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..ilBO BUSINESS HOUSES.
5tM. Any busine Arm n bare Hire line
pace, In till column under apiiroiji late beading
liberal ol ll.fto ivr Mouth or tH per year
ayaul qunrif rly iu advance.
lards are. Ntovee nud Tlu Wssre.
A. HALI.KY-UnU-r In Stove, Tin and Hard
are, UhiiIkii and lariiwi' Implement, Wire
...ml, Itifrlgiriitorii, I'uiiips and laid'I.
IS CoiumerrtaT Avenue. OutU-riUK, and Job
Work dim uo hort notice.
' .1 . . Moii A U E Y-Dealr In hard and tuft luni
trr, Uiorlng, oeilluK, siding and nurfacvil
iiiinU-r. lutli ami (IiIiikIni. O0i and yard
jirnrr I wt'UtiFili tnt awl rt'Kaliinu;ton aveuut
LANCASTER & KICK-Dealer In sash,
(. blinds, etc., hard and soft lumber and
uingft. Yard and ollice, Coltiint-rcial avenue,
ornrr 17th street.
1). HA in MAN fJealeriu Qtifrnswun-, Toys,
l.iiiand all kinds ul fanny articl1- Cummer-
ul avtnnv, corner Mb etrret,
WILLIAM WINTEIl Sixth street between
huiihtcI1 avenue and Washingum avenue.
t'lothing and Merchant Tisllarlii;.
JOHN A XTBIM -Merchant Tailor and drali-r
lu I trad y Made ClothiiiK- 73 Ohio Ivif .
Ural Katttte Agencls-a.
M. .!. HOWLKY-Ui-al Kxtate A Kent, lluya
mt tdls real eUtr, cullectH renia, pa Uint
lor non-reiiient,U:. Commercial avenue, be
iwen Ninth and Tenth airwia,
HLN K I.K A Til I HTI.K VVOOII
Cnttun and Tuhacco Factor ami pru-
Juietiin of Ilia ramier' '1 iiIihi-cii Warrhbiisr,
A l'-7 Conimiiifr'ial Avenue.
I; liem-ral r'orwardinir and Commission
mrrrtiant, lor the sale or rami, iiamen, Or
bard and Dairy I'roduce. w Ohio LeTfe,
A. WIIKEUK K A l O.-
iirf-ri'lianla, anil dealer In all kind of r mil and
Produce. M Ohio lvee. I on-ismim-nt solic
ited, Htincililiirnisut'd on application.
K. P. Knnkel't Blller Wlisr, or Iron.
Till Iruly Valuable tonic ban lieen an Ihor
'iiighly te'ted by all claai-ea of the community
lliat It i now deemed indispensable an a tmi
Uitdli'ine. It rout but mile, i.iirilir the
Idoodand gives tone to the atinuli, renovate
lb fcssteiu and prolong life. kvi-ryhudy
should have It.
Kor the rure or Weak stomarha, l.cncral lte
bllitr, Indigestion, Dlma'- of the Moluarn
and lor all :- rciuirnn a tonic
Tlii wine include the most ajrrwalili! ami
Undent salt ol irrn we posse, -titrate hi
matrnetic oxide combined llh the inont rner-
Jellc of all tcKMable loiilcn- Yellow I'eruv-an
(o yon waut somethliiK to ttKtifr'bi n you i
lk) you Want a K"'"' 'I 'lllf
Uo you want to get rid of iiirvoiilin e i
I in you want vniTiiy I
Uo you want to uleep well .'
Do you want to build un your coimhlutinn .'
Do yuu want to feel well ;
Uo you want brink and vlfor-.n-1 1 1 n k
if yono.lry hlSXhX'h HlllKIt W INK
I only aak a trial of thi(ireat liiedli ine!
He war of uouiiterlciu, a buukei'a hitter
Wineo. Iron i the only ure and eirer.tual
remedy In the V nowa world tor the ieriuauit
t ureol liyi;)ia aul liebilily, ami u there are
a number of uuilaliona ottered to tbe public,
i would caution the community to purchie
none but the ireliUine article, nuuiiilai turetl by
t. Kiibkel, and Ihwdk hi ttamp on the cork
ol every bottle. The very lac that other are
;ryinK to inutaie thi valuable iuelicirw, prove
it worth and "peak volume in it Uvcr. Oet
lUirenuine. h. h . Kunkel'.
hold only in til bolilei. Sold by driiKKiittx
jnd dealer every where. K, r'. hunkei. J'rie-
rrietor, 'i-M North Ninth treet, rbiladeli.hi,
TAPE WOHM REMOVED ALIVE.
Tlleail and all con.piete in two hour. No
fee till bead paasei. rnsat, I'm and Momai h
Worm removed by I r. h mkel, a'ti North
Ninth itreeu l'hiladeliibia, I'a. bend for cir
riilaroraak you druiKi"t for a bottle of Ir,
kunkel' WrmSyni. It never fail. Trice 11
faeknft-e ol Real anil tomforl foi
Mr, llenry Ward Iteecher, whose liouc
bold kDowle.ilKe and perfect honexty no
one preiUIDP tu doubt, re'-oiuUieDdiUoiliM-k
eepers to ue Wlilne, tbe new ub-titute
for onp. Hlio Myi the in pleai'd wltb It.
Il i t Kreat nmr ol lime and labor, nud
, an no wore injure clothing than common
warm water. Mr. Bee' lier U nM.
VV'ahlne U many great ftdvuntKt' over
oap. ItwuHlH'iiD one-llilrd of the time.
It almost entirely doenaway Willi rubbing.
Wa-ihe a well lii hard waler ai solt. It li
the only article known tbat will preven
woolen trom i.hrinkintr. Other urticles in
it Homewhat In wadilng, but they injure
the clothe. Wasblne poltiely will not
fhet-e are Mime ol the qualities which
have made Wanbine no popular anions the
intelligent hounekeepem ol America. All
who are not uln;f Wasblue will not regret
It if they take upecial palDn to procure and
;ive It a trial. Price, 5 and 10 cenU. fiold
by all ltocciTh,
t. . .
ilappv relief to om youoK rueu lr
tlM effeeta of error and bnes in'
() fH early 111. .Yiaiiuooo nestoreii. uu-
UJ rn iieiilmeu
J ,j New h i
CJ and rerr
lieiiiiiieuui to iiiBiriRtr icmi'-"-- w
r.elhiMl of treatment. m-W'k,
remarkable remedi'S. Ilnok v
and rircular sent free in tealed y
0( IATI0N. 41!i N. Ninth kt. I'bila-H
CO J delnhia. l'iu An Institution huv- m
Li i . Mti....ui;n l.ii linnne. el
" aolo conduct
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Road Running Two
Daily Treina from Cairo,
Train Leave Cairo
2 20 p.m. Kat KxpreM, arriving In Ht.
LoiiIh H:j) P. m.j llilcugo, TM, a.m.
2:20 p.tn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
VILLE FAST LINE
ArrivinKln Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville. :25, a.ni.; lndianapolin, 4;l.i a.rn.;
I'aiieengorii by tbi train arrive at above
07 ANT OTHER BOUTE,
i .an'n. m. Kant Mail wltli aleeners attach'
' ed. for BT. LOUIS and CUlCAdO,
at riving In Ht. Lout at tiiiin a.m. Chi
catfo at 4.30 p.m. (JonnnctlUK at Odin
oi KflincUain lor Cincinnati, LouUvillc
FAST TIME EAST
ffcuaenireri by tlili line ro tliroueh to
the East without any delay caused by
FKOM CAIKO ARK1VKS IN NKW
YORK MONDAY MOBMNU
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
. 0K ANY OTHER BOUTE."
AdvertUemenU of compotlnf linoa tbat
thw make better time tban tbli one, are
are liiued either turoueh ignorance or a
dealre to mlelead the public,
i'oi through tlcketi and information,
Hipfy at " Wola Central B. B. Depot, Cairo.
Ciri m"""""Via m,
iii , - :':r'';nx'Hnv
Qen'l Southern Agt
11, JoJMiTlVet Agt.
K.M. K.I .
1l,e kniKbUof the above or-h r meet
ut Ibeir hail the llrl mul thlid Moudny
n each monili vumiiiwiviri aveiiuei in iioor
south of IKIb ireet, aln p m.
Jimii II. IIiii.mk, O. i. M.
rtTv AOWAL.OI1 L.UIJUK, Jill, III.
Knlirhtaof I'ythial, lueet every Kri
day night at lutll-paat a veu, in Odd
fellow' Hull. now,
ALKX ANDKB I.OUGK. NO. VM
inoepenoent onmr or uau-iei-
tji J low, nioi't every Thuradav night
W at balf-paat neven, in their liall on
Commercial avenue, lietween Blxth and Heventh
net r, II. ill i oio, pi. u
MAIKO ENCAMPMKNT. 1. O. 0. V., ruoetB
vViuOdd-lTiUow.' Ilall on the flrat and third
luewlay in every month, at baif-paat neven
A. Commit, C I'
A" CAlKOLOUIilC.NO. ia7,A.r. A A. M.
Hold regular nomiuunication in Mu-
jCJT sonic Hull, curlier Commercial avenue
' xand KiRlilb atnwt, on tbe iccond and
'ourtli Monday of each moutb.
HATKN UP AIVKKTINIU.
tJ"AH bill for ailvertiainK, are due and pay
able in aovANca
Traniet advertlBiiiK Will lie Inserted at Urn
rate or 11 UU per iiiare lor the drat Inaction
and Hi i'uU for each aubaequcnt one A liberal
discount will be made on undin anddinjd
For InaertinK Funeral notice 1 ) Notice of
muetiliK of tocietie or necrut onlt-ra !0 cent for
Church, Society, Feiitlval and Supper notice
will only be inaerted a ad veniremen tu
No dvertUeiiient will be ruoeived at lea than
ft cent, and no advertisement will lie Inserted
ir leu than three dollar per nionlli
I.OCAI, BI HISt.a Mlflt ll
Of otic lifjuiire (H liiifs .ip.u'f) or luorc, iii
snrtRil iu the Rl'llktin as follows : (l.;ss
tlian one niiuare munU-d uh a suuare.)
One lnse.rtlon jmt gquarn $ Wl
Two insertion jm v jaaru-
Three insertions per sijuaro
Six iuwrtloua per square
Two weeks prr Rqukre
One month irf-r P'i'iari'-
Special rati-s iiiaile on larjje alverti.n
ment or lor longer lime,
LOWER THAN EVER!
Owintf to the preient liaril time aoil
i'arclty ol money, I will, alter thi-. date,
Hell Hreml hi :I0p, er loxn, or 'i
I.OHVea for -T Crnl.
Alo C.iU. Pie, etc., at pr'.portionately
low pi icis.
These (.'ooiIn are o( Die very be-t in the
city, and will recommend thi-tiiele a
if rir lcr from abroad wi'l receive
Kit ANK Kit AT KY i
ITojr Union llakny,
cmini rclal Ave., bet. Hi and Otli
i airo, Align?! 0, l7J '
View of Marriage !
i otitkUniMl irrtvliM uo IM
'lutin ot DiimiKf ind the
cutlht unfit Inr It Uir w
rrru of Reproduction t4
I'rw Diiouci of Wontn.
A biN.k tor privfcte, ronil
I fit rcMliAf 'MJii9, 11 kt
PHIVAIE MEDICAL ADVISER!
On tlldieritrrffit a PriVAta Kature ftrinn lrjm Self
Abuse. Eicvece. .r Secret Dimuh, .m the beat
InrtlM 'f nit, 'A lrfMIf price Ml
A CLINICAL LECTrjHK on the tior (Mm tM
Ihw ol the Throat m1 Lung-, Catarrh. ttupture, Ui
Opiura Habit. r.. priee Hi rt.
K.tt.rr b-i-'li Mnt pnyil"n iee'pt f ptlee: or 'l three.
AiUitl, Sit. bUTTJ, Xv.
tii m. bt Iflui, Ma
I- IMOAY, Septembr!!. .S77
There will bt a public examination of
teae'ier, hchl at the high school bmlJ
on Friday and Sutunlay, the 2ih anJ
2IUU ol September.
Mm. 1'. A.TAM.oit,
( oimtv Superiiitcli'lrlit.
Cairo, Sopttmber 17th, W7.
'Bir.i IHtli-rnll unit Try Thrill.
Having discharged Ir. I.owor and
ronov.ited my balh rooms, with the addi
tion of a now receiver alter the latest
and most convenient style, I shall take
great pleawre in giving baths either
iuedieatp.1 or otherwise, to all who may
call on inn.
1 in I 111. I. Akti h.
The l.nroM-itii HwtPl Dedurtioii lu
-Mrs. Harry Walker, proprietress of
the European Hotel, being well aware
ot the stringency of money, has reduced
rates to all who may wish regular board
to sixteen dollcrs per month or lour dol
lars per week, for day board. In con
nection with the European Hotel is a
first class restaurant, where oysters,
game and all other delicacies will be
served at all hours during day or night.
Kd. Rraxton has returned to his old
stand in the Kelier building, whero he is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date hi.s patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. lie has gone
to considerable expense In llttlng up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences. Ho em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will havo their wants
attended to m stylo nnd will receive
courteous trcatmont. tf
Worth If Weight In fiohl.
Undoubtedly tho greatest modern dis
covery in medicine is DaCosia's Itiull
cal Curo lor dyspepsia, sick headache,
sour stomach,, costlvencss, biliousness,
loss of appetite, distress after eating, and
all disorders caused by Indigestion or a
deranged liver. Iu results are astonish
ing, and sure relief Is guaranteed in
every eoso where it is faithfully used. It
tones up the stomach, regulates tho
liver, restores tho natural appetite,
strengthens tho delieato and expels all
morbid humors trom the system. Ty
phoid and bilous fever might, In almost
every case, bo prevented by Its timely
use. Trial size 23 cent?. A very few
doses will relieve, and a littlo persever
ance curo you. Sold by Barclay Bros,
Also agents for Prof. Parker's Pleas
ant Worm Syrup, which l miro death to
worms. Pleasant to take ami requires
no physic. Trie 25 cent Try it.
(.'heater lias the "dead wood" mi the
new penitentiary now.
Mrs. diaries M, Howe and child
returned home yesterday morning.
Mr. .1. Ilnrger and bride arrived in
the city yesterday morning from New
Mr. J. 1!. Ward and wile, formerly
ot ( alio, ai.d Mrs. li. M. Smith, all of
whom now reside at Poplar lilult, Mo.,
are reglsten d at the St. Charles.
High living cannot be ludulj.'i'd lu
without disagreeable consequences. If
you fciil that your blood is out of order
u-,0 Dr. Hull's lSlood Mixture.
-Will Smith, son of Ir. Win. K.
Smith, will tnko his di-partiire lor St.
Louis to-morrow, to resume his .-tiulics
iu the iucdic.it college of that city.
-Mr. Walter Hynlop, of the city
.National bank, bus gone to (.'hlnign lur
a few weeks recreation. He took Ids
departure yesterday morning by the
'.airoitiid Vliieennes railroad.
Public squares are a great bleing
to the community. We can say the same
of Dr. Hull's Unby syrup, it is the bel
remedy for the cure ol all diseases Ba
byhood has to tncoiinter. Price only li."
The freshest atid choicest "F.xi'tl-
Mor," "Imperial .fumble," "Cream" and
"Corn'' ciaekiTS just received at Win.
Trigg's, Washington avenue, near
Klght street. Try them. They are the
best ever offered in Cairo.
Mr. Jo-i-ph Nah and wife, ueeom
panic) by his nciee, Miss Susan Skillet,
and nephew, Mr. Sinclair Skillet, allot
.Memphis, are at the St. harle-. Mr.
Joseph Na-h is freight agent lor the
Cairo and Yinceiines road at Memphis.
'i lie mayor' picnic did not come on".
Hii Honor at a late hour Wednesday
night received u telegram from Captain
Imgan to tlie efl'eet that it would be im
possible to take out the Kekert yesterday
as she could not be put In order lor the
excursion. I tie mayor lias nan very had
luck with hi.s excursion this season.
Tho good event of the season, tho
Miliary Association party, comes oil' at
the St. Charles to-night. Kvery pn
liini.'iary has been made lor the occasion,
arid its success is assured. Gentlemen's
tickets lor the ball and supper are il
uh. l or gentleman and lady, ; I..VI,
Among the arrivals at the St.
Charles yesterday were Mr. Knerhosf,
Chicago; Mrs. V enable, Decatur; .Mrs.
(.ilinotir and Mrs. Nichols, Memphis:
Misses S'allie MenhaulV and Mary ('.try.
New Orleans Ufes Mary Cole and
Ulla Conly, Columbus, S. C William
Nell, Sr., and wife, Mew Orleaiir-; Win.
M. Smithers and wife, Jaekeon. Tenti.
The Kxcelsior and Literary Society
has decided to give a complimentary hop
and general family, state and nat oiiiil
reunion, at the St. Charles Hotel, on
Friday evening, September 2Sth. This
society had contemplated giving its en
tertainment on the 21st inst., but as the
members ol the J.adies Library Associa
tion lixwl upon that evening for their
party, it was thought best to post
pone it u.itil the following week. It Is
the intention ol the members of the so
ciety to make this the hop of the scii-on.
Joseph Kobinson was yesterday up
before Squire Comings on complaint ot
his wife, who states that Joseph uses
herj very .cruelly, .and asked the court
to put him under bonds to keep the peace.
Joseph is a colored man who gains a
livelihood by fishing. Mrs. Jiohinson
is a white woman. The squire granted
her wi.ih, placing the defendant under
bonds of two hundred dollars to keep the
peace for six months. Ho could not
give security, and was sent to the enmity
Yesterday evening a small colored
girl went to the Tenth street pump to
get a drink of ; wafer. A initio team
was there at the time, and as the girl
reached around with the cup, thu mule
reared and caught her hand in some way
in the chains and pump. Her screams
brought assistance, and afte r some delay
she was released, but not until the mules
had pulled up the pump. '1 he child was
carried into Mr. K. C. l ord's s'ore and
cared for. Dr. Smith was sent for and
dressed tho wounds. The child was a
stranger here, on a visit. Her brother
had just come from l'aducah to take her
A gentleman named Geo. Itohmer,
hailing from St. l.ouU, and who owns
property lu Cairo, came to tho city on
Monday for the purposo of disposing of
some ol the said property, He sold a
house and lot to a party here, receiving
three hundred dollars In cash for It. Two
hundred and fitly dollars he placed in the
City National bank for safo keeping, re
ceiving a deposit cheek for the amount,
which ho put in his pocketbook and
retired. Uu Wednesday night Bohmer
became Intoxicated and visited a well
known down town saloon, kept by a
j.ailroad man. where lie claims he
was rob'ied of seventeen do)
lars in money and Ids deposit
check. Ho complained to tho olllcei-s
yesterday morning, but nothing could
bo learned as to who got the money or
his cheek. The City National bank paid
him over his money upon his ucmami-
ing it yesterday morning, and ho left
lor his home yesterday afternoon.
Move of those Fine Mobile Oyater at
Sproat' To-Day. Call at Twelfth and
Levee and be eatlafled. 2t
Dwelling1 Xo. 3, 0, 7 and Oof Winter's
How, " rooms each, In llrst-class condl
tion. $10 per month,
at M. J. Ilowi.rv, Agent.
Save your money by culling on ,1, ,S.
MeGabey, corner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue, Kxtra Inducements
offered on sidewalk lumber tor the next
thirty days. Also ono carload choloo
cy press shingles at bottom prices 1 w
I.oml weMlier lienor i.
Caibo. In., ! ,t "'.
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In, ilfi n'Wmo. W'AiTfi.it.
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a tun be.wi
I IB IB .''J. to
Mi.SAI. XKKVICF. RKi'OKT.
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I'ltlHtmry j I 1"
Ciiiciiumli I I
LiminviIlM I 3 "
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St. I'aul ! 1 1!
Iuxriiniit I "
Kvoknk I 1 '
61. Louw I H
JAMKS M. W .VI SON,
Set,', int SiRmll s-rvn .-. I . ,, ,.
J heJno. 1. .Maud, passed to Si, l.ouis
with alight trip.
Thu Si licnek took one item 'of .V.MHi
'1 he I. aura Dayis is ruiiiiig between
Cincinnati and l'omeroy.
The Arch l. (Jreen was ngrouml 'iiiti!
a while at I'ryor's Island.
Charles Owen and Rob Smith aic to be
the Thompson Dean's pilots.
('apt. A. J. Sehenek left for home by
the Cairo and Vincenues railiord vefir
day. Then; was a frost at Louisville la-t
Tuesday morning, and tobacco growers
The City of Helena detained by low
water arrived yesterday morning with a
very good Lip for Vick-burg.
The Capitol City for Vicksburg, the
Dora Cabler tor Kvansville, and tho Jim
r'Nk tor radueah arc the packets to-day.
Captain James I!. Hads contemplates
building another dredge boat like the
Rayhy, lately completed, tint much
The Archn 1. Gree putoil'a lot ol fur
niture and sundries and has a good trip
for the south. She is to run iu the upper
White river and is commanded by her
owner Captain Woodbury.
The tow boat A. J. Jiakci, was let
info the river from the raducali marine
ways on Monday last alter having re
ceived a new hull and having been
otherwise thoroughly repaired.
The l'. I'. Sehenek got away for New
Orleans at ii o'clock yesterday moriiing.
The tug Sam Groendyke arrived trom
thu Ohio at 2 a. in. with the barge the
Sehenek was waiting for, and returned,
to the Ohio.
The elegant steamer Grand flennblie,
the largest and Jiuc t river steamboat hi
the world, w:is burned to the waters
edge at St. I.ouU Wednesday night at
1J o'clock. The steamer Carondi let,
which lay alongside tie: Hcpuhlic, was
Geti. Dunioiif, 1'iii'ed States Supervis
ing inspector of steamboats at Washing
ton, recommends the reduction of tees
now charged upon licensed ollieers of
steamboat". The present charge on
these officers is $2.1. It is believed that
the surplus of the pa t year, which
would jiitily a reduction of about 21
per cent., is j.VI.OOO.
The stern-whetler Cornic Rrandon,
built at New Albany for the l! d river
trade, to connect with the ('airo and
I 'ulton railroad, is Y.) feet loiif;, 2s leet
beam an I . '5 fet hold. She has i"ht
taterooius, bar and ofliee, and w ill com
fortably carry sOtl bales of cotton. She
will bo coiiimanded by ('apt. Win. J!.i
ker, the owner. She is due le re now
Tho new Red river packet Alexandria,
which passed here night hi-lore l:i-t, i-
aid to be one of the bi-l liht-dntft
steamers turned out this season. She is
lt;2 feet long, 2S feet beam, I feet hold;
carrying capacity, ,2IM) bales cotton.
She is owned by the New Orleans and
Red Kiver Transportation company, and
is to run during low water between New
Orleans and Shreveport.
The machinery of the Golden Rule was
sold at auction at ( inclnnati on W ed
nesday. Captains Vint and O. I".
Shiiikle purchased the engines, .'I boilers,
doctor, anchors and chains for $2,700.
The engines are IS inches in diameter, 7
feet stroke, and the boilers are 20 feet.
long, and 1 1 inches in diameter, ('apt.
Henry A. Jones purchased the yawl lor
$10, and Mr. Arthur G. .Moor got the
donkey engine for f 0.1.
rirrsncni;, I'a.. September ):. Tho
Monongahelit has risen a low inches
since last report, the marks to-night
registering II feet in the channel. The
rise is principally from the Voughlo
glieny. The tirst cralt to leave- thu
lower laiKiing was the towboat He I of.
for Wheeling. On the lall opening of
navigation there -will bo a dally packet
line to Wheeling. The coal boat wreck
just above Market street has been re
moved, and tho landing is now clear.
! reight and passenger steamers Intend
ing to come to i'iitshurg for business
shiitild begin to movo along, us wo
must have plenty of water In a week or
two. There is plenty of freight ready
The C. W. Anderson brought out 210
sacks bran, 2.10 dry barrels, 00 hales hay
and a large lot of furniture and sundries.
Captain Rurch, of tho 1.'. S. snag boat
S. II. Long,is a passenger on the Danubo
south to look at the river, and proposes
to accept a position in his old occupation
as pilot. The lack ol appropriations to
carry on tho snug boat work drives him
to seek other employment, In the mean
time tho bends are lining with obstruc
tions, navigation sudors, and tho snag
bouts arc wasting their sweetness in tho
Mound City harbor. It Is to bo hoped
that thu next session ol congress will do
something lor this arm of tho Rervlco ns
It Is of the greatest Importance to navi
gation. Tho news of tho burning ot tho Grand
Republic and Carondelet night beloro
last at St, Louis created profound Bur
prlso and regret. It la probable thero
will never bo another Grand Republic.
Tho mngnllleeneo ot her cabin
will nnver bo rqnnllod agrtld. The
"prldo of tho western waters" Is goue
Btidgonotostny, Other boat", arc now
running and other rot will b built
C'pi..lly iu coiuIhi table to travel on, but no
man or set of men will be found fudlsh
enough to squander as much moiry in
decorating a cabin. We sympathize
with Captain Thorwegin iu his loss.
We are glad to hear that both the Re
public and arondelet were well in
sured. The watchman ol the Republic gives
the following account of the tire :
About hall-past eleven o'clock I was
walking along tho surhouad si-Io and on
the lorward ldo of the lower deck, when
1 smelt smoke on the boat and not know
ing ot any llro being anywhere In the
cabins or utate-roouis, I ran up-stairs on
the eabin-deck and down the s.tarlioard
Mile, and when two-thirds down towards
die Ktern I saw smoke rolling out he
hwcii tho pa-ieU and Mooring of the
state riioui called the bridal chamber,
I immediately saw llames bursting
outoi tlie whole side of the state-room,
run to the bell to sound the alarm, but
found that there was no bell rope to
pull by, I ran to the side of the boat and
shouted "Fire!'1 tothe watchman of the
( arondelet, who sounds tlie river alai iii
Iroiu that boat; ami some one ran to the
liredeparun'iit signal box on tho corner
ol main and Lesperanee i.treoU and
called the engines. In less than ten
minutes the whole cabin, texiis and stern
was in one mass ot llames, roaring as
lurlousas hell, and I had to leave the
boat, as it wasroastlug me. 1 could not
getlnsidi! the cabin to savo my trunk
of clothes, and the engineer, Mr.
Hill and the carpenter, whom I only
know by the name of George, all had
their clothes burned up. I tto not know
ol any lire being on the boat to-diiy ex
cept what was under the nigger boilers,
and this was nil out before seven o'clock
this evening. I have no knowledge of
any on being In the bridal chamber to
night, nud cannot give any reason for
the origin ot the lire. The boat was just
olfthc docks yesterday, and was to start
on October i'h for a trip South, but she
can't go now,
( apt. W. II. Thorwegan was the sole
nwer ol the Republic. Tho damage done
to tin; boat is estimated at $200,000, and
it is believed she was Insured tor that
amount. She was valued at $:i.10,0(!0.
More bt those Fine Mobile Oyster t
Sproat' To-Eay. Call at Twelfth and
I.evoe and be Batisfied, St
I Ik' O ill re of Viliilit.V.
The life of the flesh and the brain, the
biiiie.s nnd the muscles, is the blood. It
is the centre ol vitality, the nutriment ot
the sy-teni. Not only must it be pure, but
rich, iu order to retain health. In the
foible and divitalied, the Hie current is
watery and the circulation sluggish. Tlie
inii'cli'S ol such persons luck solidity, the
nerves are weak, the visage haggard, and
tlie eyes lustreless. A course of Hotet
ter's Stomach Hitters, however, improves
not only tlie health but the appearance
of tho debilitated nnd nervous. Nutri
tion the become complete because diges
tion reicives an impetus from this bo
iiignunt tonic, which fertilize.) the blood,
brings back "the rose tint ol health" to
the wan rheek, brightness to tlie eye,
and gives power of endurance to tlie
inu cle. Invalids, hasten to use !
More of tlione Fine Mobile OydUra at
Siuoat'a To-Dav. Call at Twelfth and
Levee and be aatislled. It
Intcrimi tent 1'eier
Is so common in the country as "oarccly
to Med comment. The causes which
produce it arc such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
A. In large cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
factured, the grinder protects his lungs
Irotu the injurious etleets of the dust
Hying oil the grindstone by wearing a
respirator. The coal miner ere he de
s.epnds the chatt provides himself with a
safety lamp to guard against nc-damp.
Now it is equally necessary lor those
who are brought in contact with any ot
the caiM'S leading to intermittent fever,
to provide themselves with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitte rs.
f'Aiiio, Ii.i.inoi-, I hi n -rAV Kvuhinii,
T he mul Ki t generally indicates no
change. llusiiK'ss since our last report
ha been moderately active in nearly all its
branches, and our merchants generally
sire doing a lair business. '1 ho weather
was very cool on Monday and Tuesday
mornings, tvith slight frosts reported in
some localities, but so far as known the
latnago done by it was ot no serious
Tho flour market lu re Is active and
transactions since our !a4 report have
been liberal. Prices aro about 2.1c
stronger on all grades, and firm at the ad
vance. Tho demand Is good. Receipts
are lair and tho stock on the market
about equal to tho demand Tho det
mand for corn Is less nctivo than at the
late of last report, Receipts are light
and the supply on tho market
not large, Prices are steady at
JI0l,l.1c lor white iu bulk
Tho demand for oats Is active, and prices
art! a shade stronger. Receipts aro light
and thero tiro but few on the market.
Tho market lor hay is quiet and
transactions aro limited. Prices aro weak
at quotations, Tho stock on the market
is lair, though receipts aro light
Tliero Is very little doing, in inVal. Tho
supply is lair and demand light. Prices
aro steady at SJri(S210 lor city and
fi L'hIi.! 25 for good country
Dran is lu fair supply and quiet
at $12 Receipts ot potatoes are
good, and tho market well supplied.
Prices aro unchanged choice butter
is scarce and in active demand at prices
quoted below. Receipts aro light. Me
dium grades aro plenty and hard to
Ulsposo of Kggs aro scarco and in
demand at RIQHc. Receipts ol poultry
arc light, and tho supply on tho market
limited. Tlie demand Is good at quo
tations below Strictly cholco apples
are in demand at $1 5tV7il 73 per bbl
Fruit of all kinds Is plenty, and dull.
A few cholco peaches would sell readily
at good prIoe8.........Tho market Is over
stocked with all kinds of vegetables, and
prices nrn low and Irregular.
Rates by river to New Orleans are 17Jo
per loo on buy, mid Jjo
per dry bbl.
Way rates arc grain, -!.: II iin ,
&i?"Our friends should bear lu mind
that tho prices hero given are only for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to chargy an advanen over
Tho market is fully 2.1c stronger on all
grades, and firm at tlie advance. The
demand Is good and transactions liberal.
Receipts are fair and stocks good. Sales
noted were :
100 bbls Various Grades
on orders .'... 5 210"i7 00
.10 " Maker's I ancv U 50
2.1 " NX 1 5 00
lloO " Various tirades
100 ' Choice Family....
.100 " Low Grade,
100 " Family
100 Good XX
2U0 " arious Grades
.lot) " Various Grades
) 7.V77 00
5 OOoTJ CO
I 75i7 00
The demand for corn is limited.
ceipts aro light, and supply on the
market small. Prices aro steady at quo
tations. Sales were : 1 ear white In sacks,
delivered, 50.?; (wo cars w hite mixed, in
'There is an active demand for oats and
prices are aUout lo stronger. Receipts
are very light and the market almost
bare. We note sales as follows: 1 ear
good mixed, 27c in bulk; Jl cars heavy
Northern in bulk, 2Se; 1 car mixed, 27e;
5 cars good mixed, In bulk, 28c.
The hay market is quiet. The demand
is light, and prices weak at quotations
Receipts are light, though the stock on
the market is fair. Sales reported were
1 car mixed, f 10; 2 cars choice Timothy,
$11; 1 car good mixed, $10; 1 ear ordin
ary mixed, ?0 21; 1 ear choice Timothy.
'The market is quiet, and but little
doing. The demand Is very light and
sales lew. Prices are steady at $2 35
2 10 for city, nnd $2 151 25 for good
country kiln dried. Sales were 75 bbls.
city,$2 35(5 2 40: 20 bbls. city, 2 40; 150
bbls. city, 52 35.
Bran Is in lair supply nnd limited de
mand at quotations. Sales wero 10 tons,
$12; 1 ear in bulk, to arrive, $8 50; 200
aeks, $12, 150 sacks, $12 50.
Receipts of potatoes from country
wagons are good, and tho market Is well
supplied. Prices are steady at 3540o
per binhol,aiid $1 25M;1 50 per bbl. The
demand is fair.
Choice butter is scarce and in active
demand at quotations. Medium grades
arc in overstock and hard to dispose of.
We note sales of 1.1 packages Central
Illinois. l.leldC; 10 packages .Southern
Illinois, lleTJS; 10 packages northern
dairy, 22c; 5 packages choice Wisconsin,
22c; 1.1 tubs choice northern, 2022; 5
tubs Southern Illinois, lie.
Receipts ol poultry aro light and the
supply on the market is not large. The
demand is lair at prices quoted. Wo note
sales of 8 dozen young chickens, $1 50
2 00; 5 coops young chickens, $1 75
2 2.1; 2 coops old hens, $2 .10; 2 coops
young chickens, $1 30.
Lggs are very scarce and in demand.
Htceipts are light. Sales were, 10 box
es, 1 Ic; 1 case, 11c; 200 doen, V.V.c.
Sales were 10 packages canvassed sugar
cured hams, lUc; 1,200 lb, clear sides,
Silos were: 3 tierces refined kettle ren
The season tor peaches Is about oyer
and but few an arriving. Strictly
choice would sell at lOfvOc. per box.
Receipts of grapes are about Jequal to
the demand, and they aro worth 50c.
Sales noted were 150 lbs. He: 400 lbs.
Sales nntilcs wero 25 bbls. $1 251 50.
Thero Is an active demand lor choice
apples well packed, at $1 75.
Cabbarrn is iii fair supply and light de
mand. Sales reported were 1 ear load,
S5 .10 per 100.
Sales salt wero 200 bbls. Ohio river,
We note prices as follows: Prime live
geese, 40c; mixed,' 23(35c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides aro worth dry Hint, 1.11Go;
Green salt, C.l7c; green, GQGlc. Sales
tallow wero 450 lbs. 771c.
Choice bright pealed dried apples are
worth afic; peaches, 5!iJ.
STRATTON & BIBD,
A3KNT3 AH KB IO AN POWD O
ST Ohio Levee
. rws-t do $ny
It.lllHV l'l'llf '
si.tav- our ili
sirMitv llNii.l juuuetbliyi awl will suinly save
t. to'uiiA ivertH'a b V ibl'i Co.. St Louis V
per cwti 22Ji
'. .'L!U..1..J ..IU .JIB
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Special Warrant Xo. 1. v
l'ulilic nolii U hereby given tliat tha count;
court of A lexundei county Tu tendered ludgawut
fur a aptciul UAeument upon property Dent&ted
hy the kUowing- Improvement of tiilefJk, to-wit:
North tide 11th street betwoea Commercial neau
and f oplar ttreet
South ide Uth itreet Mweoi Commercial -ue
and Poplar meet
South tide Hth street between Commercial avoau
and Washington avenua
North tide 11th, between Wtthinfto. arrau n4
West tide Washinlon avenue between 11th a4
South side Hih timet between Washington aven
ue and Walnut ttreet
Kast side Washington avenue betweeu Teafb
and Twelfth streets
West side I'oplar street between Hth and 17th
South side Sih street between Washington
avrnu nnd Walnut street
South side 7th street between Commercial avenu
and Wihlnfrton avenue
North aide 7th street between Commercial avenu
and Washington avontie
North side lth street fronting Levee street
Corner e.ut side Commercial avenue north lid
Corner .evee and 4th street south side
houth side 4th street between ICS il strip a4
( orner Commercial avenue and south side 2a4
'orner Levee street south side Hth street
North side 11th street between Washington av
enue and i'oplar street
ornor Levee and 4th streets-north side
North side lth street between Washington avenue
aiel Walnut street
North side l.nh street between Walnut andCdar
Noith tide 1-th street between Levee (tract and
IC It K strip
North side lriih ttreet between ICR R strip and
N orth side 2lh street between I C R R strip and
South side &th street between Levee ttreet and
IC KK strip
West side Poplar street between ITlh and 18th
.south side lh street between lice street and
West side Cedar street between l'lh and Kith
West side Levee street between 6th and Hth
As will more fully appear Irom the certified copy
of the judgment on tile in the office of tha cleric of
trie city oi Cairo, 111. I hat a warrant tor the col
lection of such assessment is in the hands of tha
undersigned. All persons Interested are hereby
notified to call and pay the amounts assessed, at
the collector's office, 1j Commercial avenue, wit nia
31! days from the date hereof.
H. r. rAKrir-m collector.
Dated this 24th day of August, A, l. ltflT.
TAVE MILL AT AUCTION.
Hy virtue of an order of tlie Dlitrl it Court a
the United tt' , for ti.e Souther! Diitrlct of
UlinoiH, I will on
THCUftDiV, OCTOBER 4th, 1877,
At the hour a f eleven o'clock: A. M.. on the
nremUtw. at r orman. in the County ol John-
Sim, and Siate of iilinole, offer atpublie Ten
due, to the hife-hest bidder, the floe etaye mill
lately owned and occupied by iranaetBnah,
of r'ormnn, Illinois, now Bankrupt, together
wi h all the building and machinery pertain
ing to aaid mill.
We have here, and will aall, everything which
1 necessary , for en tennjr at once upon an ex
tensive biiafue in cutting; (tare ana heading.
Anions: the pioperty to be told are the follow.
iutf; A heavy two-itery Irame buildlnc and
brick engine room attached, a steam angina and
boiler, ten steam Doxea, a Cameron steam pump
with pipe and hose attached, saw, grindstone,
cars, an equalizing machine, a lave outline ma
mine, swu eutvc juinsiait snaeuiim, a aessuiaa;
plaining machine, a beading Jointing maonine,
a Heading turning macninc, a steam uini aue
ahisgle saws, equalittng saws, concave tawe.
thick saws, siae Jointer knivca, heading Jointer
knives. Drainer, ctct alio a Blackemltli ahoD
and tool, a barn and hay room, cooper ahop
and barrel enop, and all necaasary sued for
storing material : togetner wun a laase-noia in
terest in live acre of land, on which tha above
detcrlb d building stand. The leaaa running
upward of twelve yean. Faollltle for ahlp
niuir are unsumasted A switch of tha Vln-
ctnne railroad run directly alongiid of tbe
sheds used for storing material. Then it plasty
ol good timber near thi mill, and a ateady and
conutani uemanu lor au mo ioc it can turn
Look out for a bargain. Now 1 tf. nm to
ll uy. From thi time forward biuina cam be
done upon a rising market,
IK U.MS Ol' 8ALK, -One-third cah In hand,
one thind in (ix month, and one-third la
twelve months trom the day or tala, toe aa
f.TTiil pavmenta to draw ix pet cent Interest,
and to be secured by UnCjCXSTiownD personal
security, lnquulee can be addreaaea to tha
undersigned at Cairo, Illinois, or to JohnL.
Mtilvey, si i'orman, Illinois.
Cairn, Ills,, Sept. , 1, 1077. Assignee.
Xoiice is hereby given that by virtue of n order ot
the district court of the United States lot tbe
Southern district oft llinois, in the matter f
Claiborne W inston, bankrupt, I wul on the
Hth DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1677,
at ihe front door of the court house in Cairo, Alex j
ander county, Illinois, commencing at 10 o'clock a.
in., sell at public auction the following described
seal estate, of the said Claiborne Winston, to-wit:
Undivided se,1' section township 15 rang
Undivided .A Be1,' tw, section 27 township IS
ranse 2 west
Undivided nw ,'' section 35 township 14 range
N Yt se V section 35 township 14 range! west
Sw sw section 'i! township IA range 1 west
Swvi se.U section IU township 16 range 2 west
Ne i section 12 township 16 range 2 west
Nw.'i se '( section til township 11 range 3 west
K'a nw4 section 'H township 14 range 3 west
Ne4 se 4 section 4 township IS range 3 west
Sw li section '26 township 16 range a west
TM nwl section M township 16 range 3 west
Y.'l nw 'i section Yl township 10 range I west
8wM section : township 14 range 2 west;
w section 13 township 16 range 3 west
Wi, nwVi section 7 township 10 range 1 west
NwJ section 30 township 10 range 1 West
Nw 4 nc section 30 township 10 range 1 west
Ne4 net section 2A township 10 range 2 west
Se!4 ne'4 section 21 township 15 ran gel west
AUin Alexander ceumy Illinois.
Se' section 1 township 1.1 range 2 east
Se corner ot sw section 1 township 15 range 2
in the the county of Fulnski and Slate of Illinois;
I .on W V,. 1). 20 and 30. In block 83. and lot 9.
in block hi, and lots 3u nnd 31, in block 33, all in the
first addition tothe City of Cairo, county of Alex
ander, and Slate of Illinois .
Lots 23. 2-1. 25. and 2tl in the Hotel Addition to
the City of Cairo aforesaid.
The terms of the sale are One-fourth cash and
the balance in three equal payment at sia. twelve
ano eighteen months, with seven per cent interest,
sectircubydeedoi trust on premises sold.
Ilids tur any ol said real estate will o receive!
up to day of sale by M. J. Howley or Samuel P.
Wheeler at ( aim, J, TAYLOR SMITH,
Aug. 20th 187. Assignee.
State of Illinois, county of Alexander,
i ir.'in't ronrt of Alexander counir. January
term, A. p. 178.
Kacuel 'innn-pson vs. jona ii. ioouiihih siii
HIT ui,vi w viiv. y.
Art'..)....:. .1 ..- nnn.wlM.nM fT .Tnhtl H.
Thompson the defendant above named hav
ing been tiled in the office of th clerk of aaid
circuit court ot Alexander county, nouce nnwy
given to ine saiu nvn-rvsiuvni. ikkuww, um
complainant filed her bill of complaint ia (aid
court on the chancery side thereof on the lJOl day at
l . I ,u-S AnnMAa
nepiemuer, is. v . o, i, -
thereupon Issued out of said court against said de
fendant, returnable on the first Monday of Jan.
uary, A. D. lBid, a is by law required. Mow,
therefore, unless you, the said John H. Thompsoa
shall personally be and appear betora th aaid cir
cuit court of Alexander county on the first day
the next term thereof, to be holden at th court
house In Ihe city of Cairo, in aaid county, oa t
first Monday of January A D. 187. and Jad.
answer or demur tothe said complainant' bill of
complainaat, the same, and lh f1'' "i.P
therein charged and sUted, wiU be taken at eoa
fessed, and a decree entered gainst you ccard
,ng tothe prayer rfMWI.
w lw Cairo, UU., 8ept mbet 13th. A. 1. IW7.
400 Invested by us In 00 day ItrsVd
hsve made 3 780 10O kavt paid l
in 30 days. We guarantee all gu aay aj'
Money refunded if no profit la mad. .
WW fjs nVBWailtM '
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